Thought Leadership

A broad selection of articles from our clients, candidates and global organisations.

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Mental Health in an unequal world – Natalie Davis

Social inequalities are all around us: poverty and financial strain, racism, sexism, bullying based on sexual orientation, homelessness, and social exclusion due to disability or age, to name just a handful. Yet discussion on the causes of mental health problems often focuses on individual factors. Rarely does public discourse acknowledge…
Tim Brann
6 October 2021
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Kindness in Leadership – Diana Mulili

I mentioned to a friend that I was writing an article on “Kindness in Leadership.” His opinion was that it would generally be viewed as another article on the soft and mushy, and those are perceived to be signs of weakness in a leader. After all, leaders are in the…
Tim Brann
27 May 2021
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The Global Forum for Responsible Recruitment

Oxford HR’s Erik van Weert, our Deputy Director for Europe, recently attended the Global Forum for Responsible Recruitment from 12-15 April. Hosted by IHRB, the ILO, and IOM, the annual GFRR is a thought leadership platform for accelerating the fair, ethical and responsible recruitment of migrant workers. It convenes a…
Tim Brann
29 April 2021
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AI for Good

Oxford HR attended the WHF ‘AI for Good’ Webinar at the end of January, hoping to understand more about the various technologies that are being implemented in the For Purpose sector with AI. With brilliant speakers (Alice Piterova, AI For Good; Ann Rosenberg, Wood plc; Elizabeth Njoroge, Christian Aid; Nicola Strong, Oxford Brookes University) and some…
Tim Brann
2 February 2021
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The Mindful Leader

We are in the midst of a great opportunity for the leaders of today’s organisations. The convergence of crisis is demanding better focus, more agility, and an enhanced capacity to deal with the complex demands of our world. Leaders who can rise to these challenges by incorporating mindful principles into their…
Tim Brann
27 January 2021